The Lost Sentinel #fantasybook giveaway on Goodreads

Happy Friday everyone!

I’m really pleased to let you all know that I’m running a new giveaway on Goodreads for my latest book – The Lost Sentinel.

Please click the link below to enter.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson

The Lost Sentinel

by Suzanne Rogerson

Giveaway ends October 12, 2017.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter Giveaway
I’m working hard to get the second instalment finished for publication in 2018, so watch this space for further news.

 

#GoodReads #giveaway open #Win The Lost Sentinel in paperback #epicfantasy #fantasy #highfantasy

I can’t believe The Lost Sentinel has been published just over a week. With the blog tour coming to an end on Monday, I’ve set up a WORLDWIDE GIVEAWAY. Someone will win a paperback copy, could it be you?

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson

The Lost Sentinel

by Suzanne Rogerson

Giveaway ends July 17, 2017.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

The kindle edition is still 99p / 99c for the next few days – Amazon Universal link – and it’s free to read to everyone enrolled in Kindle Unlimited.

The reviews are coming in…

5.0 out of 5 stars Epic Fantasy at it’s best, June 17, 2017

5.0 out of 5 stars great beginning to a fantasy series, can’t wait to read the rest!, June 16, 2017

I’m looking to get more reviews on Amazon, so if you have read it, or are intending to read, please consider leaving a review in the future. It only takes a few minutes and doesn’t need to be an essay, unless you want to write one that is. Goodreads has 7 reviews so far (not bad after only a week of publication!). You can click on the link above to read these reviews.

Next weekend I’ll be holding my second ever book event! A pirate themed school fair, which fits my book perfectly. I’ll post up some pictures and share how the day went.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend, and I hope you can join me for the last few posts of the blog tour.

Interview with Suzanne Rogerson + Guest Post! The Lost Sentinel Blog Tour

Today’s stop on The Lost Sentinel’s blog tour is at ‘The Royal Polar Bear Reads’ for an interview and Guest post on Why Authors Need Book Reviewers.

THE ROYAL POLAR BEAR READS

INTERVIEW


Hi, Suzanne! First of all, Thank you for letting me be a part of your blog tour and this is a wonderful opportunity!

I’m really pleased you’ve agreed to join The Lost Sentinel’s blog tour.

First question! Can you tell us why did you want to be a fantasy author and how did you become one?

I’ve always wanted to be an author, I just didn’t know what I wanted to write until I read my first fantasy novel at the age of 17. The genre encompasses everything I love in fiction, plus I get to create whole worlds, magic systems, races of people and their histories.

To get to the stage I felt good enough to self-publish took many years of learning my craft. I have completed online courses, attended evening creative writing classes, I’ve used critique services and made friends with fellow writers who are now my…

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The Lost Sentinel | Blog Tour #bookreview #highfantasy #epicfantasy

It’s day 11 of The Lost Sentinel’s blog tour and Angela at Pooled Ink has kindly shared her review. Please pop over for a read.

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I’m happy to share with you my review of Suzanne Rogerson’s new fantasy novel, THE LOST SENTINEL. This book is the first in the Silent Sea Chronicles, an exciting and alluring contribution to the genre. Fans of adventure, dark forces, magic, and stories with roots in traditional fantasy will likely be drawn to this tale. Keep reading to find out more about the book, my thoughts, and the author herself!


About the Book

The Lost Sentinel (Silent Sea Chronicles #1) by Suzanne Rogerson (2017)
-ARC Review-

the lost sentinelFiction | Fantasy
3.5 Stars
Blurb:

“The magical island of Kalaya is dying, along with its Sentinel. With the Kalayan people turning their back on magic, can Tei help the exiles find their new Sentinel before it’s too late? 

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#BlogTour #BookReview: The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson #MPBooks

On this beautiful sunny day, I’m really pleased to share this great review on mypeacockbooks.

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As part of ‘The Lost Sentinel’ Blog Tour I’m pleased to bring you a review of this great book:

The Lost Sentinel book coverTitle: The Lost Sentinel (Silent Sea Chronicles -Book 1)

Author: Suzanne Rogerson

Publisher: Suzanne Rogerson

Genre: Fantasy

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Description:  The magical island of Kalaya is dying, along with its Sentinel. With the Kalayan people turning their back on magic, can Tei help the exiles find their new Sentinel before it’s too late?

Kalaya is controlled by the Assembly – set up to govern but now under the control of Rathnor, who is intent on persecuting those who have magic, many of whom have taken refuge in the Turrak Mountains.
Tei has been raised to hide her magic, until her father, Migil, is visited by an old friend who warns them that they must seek refuge in the mountains.
On the journey, an enemy attack leaves her father mortally wounded. He…

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#BlogTour: The Lost Sentinel by Suzanne Rogerson @rogersonsm #Review

It’s day 7 of the blog tour and I am super excited to share this wonderful review of The Lost Sentinel. It’s reviews like this that make me glad to be an author!

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I’m taking a break from The Bookshelf this week to welcome The Lost Sentinel blog tour to the blog today, this is the second novel from Suzanne Rogerson, and I loved the first Visions of Zarua so it was a no brainer that I read this one as soon as possible. I’ve reviewed the novel today and be prepared for plenty of gushing because Suzanne has outdone herself! If you do want to see a Bookshelf then you can check out Suzanne’s Bookshelf from April.

Description

The magical island of Kalaya is dying, along with its Sentinel. With the Kalayan people turning their back on magic, can Tei help the exiles find their new Sentinel before it’s too late?

Kalaya is controlled by the Assembly – set up to govern but now under the control of Rathnor, who is intent on persecuting those who have magic, many of whom have…

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